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Here's an excerpt from "Sole Purpose," an article on marketing to solo diners published in the June 2010 issue of Cheers Magazine:
“We have some [women] guests that will stay in hotel that dine every night alone,” Wagner [L’Atelier de Joël Robuchon restaurant at The Four Seasons Hotel New York] says. “There’s something about the interaction that makes it less intimidating …Make it known that the staff will call a cab for or walk solo females to their cars,” [Marya Charles] Alexander says."
To read the article in its entirety, visit: Cheers Magazine

150-Plus Tips on How to Attract & Keep Solo Diners, 2nd Editon
Discover how Marya is quoted in CONSEQUENTIAL STRANGERS: The Power of People Who Don't Seem to Matter...But Really Do
Art and Satisfaction of Dining Out Alone Revealed! (a how-to booklet for YOU to share with customers)
A Solo Diner's Wish List
Dining Out Alone Trend in Australia Updated — Restaurateurs' Response
BBC Radio 2 "Eating Alone in Restaurants" discussion posts
Communal table coaching
Horror Stories — dining out alone
Hot tip for restaurateurs
Meal assembly facilities - U.S.
Publications mention meal assembly facilities
Solo Diner-Friendly Restaurant Contest (2001) results - detailed!
Successful communal dining marketing in Australia
Successful communal dining marketing in the U.K.
Washington, D.C. widower shares observations and insightful solo dining tips
Your customers speak out

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Sooner or later, EVERYONE — business and pleasure travelers, singles, those divorced or widowed, very-marrieds whose spouses are on the road, harried moms and dads, etc. — faces the challenge of eating out alone!

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